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  1. Windows Home Server bug corrupts files


    Given that the point of Windows Home Server is to allow you to store
    your media files, a bug in the storage process that could result in
    corrupted files is bound to get attention.

    Microsoft has issued a support document for the 13 or so (just
    kidding) people using Windows Home Server, the company's latest
    product for those attempting to build the digital home of the future.
    Apparently there's a flaw in the way Windows Home Server works with
    certain Microsoft applications, such as Windows Vista Photo Gallery,
    that could result in corrupted files if you use those applications to
    save files to the server. A list of the specific applications can be
    found in the support document.


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  2. Re: Windows Home Server bug corrupts files

    On Dec 31, 9:28*am, "ness...@wigner.berkeley.edu"
    wrote:

    Go party Nessu-nut--it's New YEar's Eve. Don't shoot anybody, don't
    smoke crack, and make it a New Year's Resolution that you'll g-r-a-d-u-
    a-t-e in 2008. Your parents and/or financial backers will be proud.

    Geting a job with your Windows-free / university -based Unix skills
    will be a tall order however (not to mention your liberal arts
    background).

    As for Windows Server bugs--nobody uses that anymore, but thanks for
    your concern for us Windows users.

    RL

  3. Re: Windows Home Server bug corrupts files



    Well, Ray, first you tell me that Windows antivirus software costs
    $70/
    year. Cost on Linux or Mac: 0$/year. Next you tell me to dump
    Internet Explorer and use Firefox. Ok, done. Then you tell me
    that only the truly crazy go back to Windows, like the lady who comes
    back to the asylum.

    You're either a Linux advocate in disguise, or else the dumbest
    Wintroll on the planet. Either way, you're the best advertisement
    Linux ever had! Keep up the good work!

  4. Re: Windows Home Server bug corrupts files

    Micoshaft Corporation's Spliffing Asstroturfer raylopez99 wrote on behalf of
    Micoshaft Corporation:

    > On Dec 31, 9:28*am, "ness...@wigner.berkeley.edu"
    > wrote:
    >
    > Go party Nessu-nut--it's New YEar's Eve. Don't shoot anybody, don't
    > smoke crack, and make it a New Year's Resolution that you'll g-r-a-d-u-
    > a-t-e in 2008. Your parents and/or financial backers will be proud.



    Hey, stop spliffing, and start wishing Linux users a happy new year.



    > RL



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